Resources for Everyone
- If you are looking for a definition of sexual assault, please review this information.
- Our brochures and other resources are available to download or you can request them using our order form. Check out our resources page.
- Rape culture, rape myths, victim blaming… it’s a lot to wrap your head around. Take a crash course: Sexual Violence 101.
- Do you understand consent and its importance during sexual activity? If you don’t, you’re not alone. The Canadian Women’s Foundation surveyed Canadians and found that only 1 in 3 Canadians understand what sexual consent means. Take a few minutes to educate yourself—because sex without consent isn’t sex at all—it’s sexual assault.
- Did you know that alcohol is the number one drug used by perpetrators of sexual assault? Learn about drugs, alcohol, and sexual assault—protect yourself.
- When someone tells you that they are a survivor of sexual violence, there are many ways to support them. We have some suggestions to help you deal with a disclosure so that the survivor feels supported and empowered.
- What are the effects of sexual violence? They’re different for every survivor, but here are a few common realities. Triggers are a big one.
- If you are worried that a child is being sexually abused, or a child has told you that he/she has been sexually abused, here’s what you need to know and do. Learn to spot grooming behaviours, a tactic used by sexual predators.
Public Education and Professional Development
- Have you heard about our child sexual abuse prevention program, “I’m the Boss of Me”? This engaging puppet show takes place in Grade 4 classrooms in the Saskatoon area.
- Looking for public education or professional development on topics related to sexual abuse or assault? Look no further!
- Are you a journalist or copywriter/editor for a news or media outlet? We have an amazing and detailed resource to help you navigate the complexities of writing about sexual abuse and assault.